I’ve had quite a few reviews of our SentenceBuilder syntax app over the years, but almost no reviews of SentenceBuilderTeen, so I was excited when I saw this review one come across my desk. SentenceBuilderTeen is very similar to SentenceBuilder, but the addition of teenage friendly pictures instead of clipart and more difficult sentences make it a much better app for teens.
This review was written by Nanette Cote, a practicing SLP in Naperville, Ill. Nanette’s blog, Speech2Me, was recently named a top speech pathology blog. She has many reviews of speech and language apps as well as other tips for SLP’s. Best of all, she is also having a raffle for a copy of SentenceBuilderTeen, so make sure you stop by and check it out. The raffle only lasts for 3 more days, so make sure you hurry!
SentenceBuilderTeen was developed to help teenaged kids learn how to build grammatically correct sentences. Students are presented an image and asked to create a sentence about that image. Words are placed in dials and the student simply turns the dials to select the words. There are three levels of play and 100 images for the students to build sentences around. To keep things fun, there are 30 animations that play once the students get the correct answers!
SentenceBuilderTeen is part of Mobile Education Store’s popular and award winning “Builder Series” of educational apps. Sentence Builder has over 100,000 paid downloads and was won multiple awards, including app of year by iEAR.org. Mobile Education Store has won over 20 app awards and multiple developer of the year awards.
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